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Cold fronts bring hot fishing to the Florida Keys

While many are feeling natures wrath in the forms of freezing temps and blizzard conditions, we are enjoying 70 degree days and mild nights. What can I say? One of the perks of living in paradise.

Our reef bite has picked up with the drop in water temps. We are putting together great catches of hogfish, mutton & mangrove snapper, grouper, cero mackerel, porgies and small sharks. Half day reef trips are a great family activity that puts fresh fish on the dinner table and smiles on their faces. Catch fish & Have Fun!

Offshore we are using a variety of techniques including; live baiting, high speed trolling and deep dropping to catch a variety of fish like; sailfish, mahi mahi, blackfin tuna, wahoo, tilefish, grouper, snapper, cobia and big sharks.

Come enjoy the warm sunshine and make memories that will last a lifetime, with Miss Chief Charters!

-Capt. Dan Matthews



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